Browsing publications by Professor Sophie Hambleton

Newcastle AuthorsTitleYearFull text
Dr Karin Engelhardt
Professor Sophie Hambleton
14 Years after Discovery: Clinical Follow-up on 15 Patients with Inducible Co-Stimulator Deficiency2017
Professor Sophie Hambleton
Dedicator of cytokinesis 8-deficient CD4+ T cells are biased to a TH2 effector fate at the expense of TH1 and TH17 cells2017
Dr Christopher Duncan
Angela Grainger
Andrew Skelton
Raf Hussain
Dr Joe Willet
et al.
Early-onset autoimmune disease due to a heterozygous loss-of-function mutation in TNFAIP3 (A20)2017
Dr Karin Engelhardt
Dr Yaobo Xu
Angela Grainger
Dr David Swan
Dr Joe Willet
et al.
Identification of Heterozygous Single- and Multi-exon Deletions in IL7R by Whole Exome Sequencing2017
Professor Sophie Hambleton
Identifying functional defects in patients with immune dysregulation due to LRBA and CTLA-4 mutations2017
Professor Sophie Hambleton
Somatic STAT5b gain-of-function mutations in early onset nonclonal eosinophilia, urticaria, dermatitis, and diarrhea2017
Dr Zohreh Nademi
Professor Andrew Cant
Professor Roderick Skinner
Dr Intan Abd Hamid
Dr Terence Flood
et al.
T-cell receptor αβ+ and CD19+ cell-depleted haploidentical and mismatched hematopoietic stem cell transplantation in primary immune deficiency2017
Professor Sophie Hambleton
Clinical and laboratory correlates of lung disease and cancer in adults with idiopathic hypogammaglobulinaemia2016
Dr Tarana Singh Dang
Dr Joe Willet
Helen Griffin
Dr Graeme O'Boyle
Dr Mario Abinun
et al.
Defective Leukocyte Adhesion and Chemotaxis Contributes to Combined Immunodeficiency in Humans with Autosomal Recessive MST1 Deficiency2016
Dr Tarana Singh Dang
Dr Joe Willet
Helen Griffin
Dr Graeme O'Boyle
Dr Mario Abinun
et al.
Erratum to: Defective Leukocyte Adhesion and Chemotaxis Contributes to Combined Immunodeficiency in Humans with Autosomal Recessive MST1 Deficiency (vol 36, pg 117, 2016)2016
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